No-Cost Flu Clinic

(While Grant Funding is Available)

Call 509-637-2810 to an appointment.

Easy access to flu shots could not be timelier than during this flu season, which may coincide with a second Covid-19 surge. Do your part to help prevent the feared worst-case scenario by getting your flu shot today!

Flu Shots Made Easy


Skyline Health is here to help

We understand Covid-19 has had a serious impact on the finances of many of our community members. Skyline Health obtained a grant to cover the cost of flu shots and non-invasive colon screening tests for a limited time. We are your partners in keeping you healthy – financially and medically.

No-cost flu shots

Skyline is offering no-cost flu shots on a limited basis, while grant funds are available. If you have insurance, it will be billed. However, we will apply grant funding to any outstanding balance, so there is no cost to you.

Options for the whole family

Our compassionate team at Skyline Medical Clinic can provide flu vaccinations to those 6 months and older throughout the flu season. And, if you are in need of a primary care physician, you can easily make your annual appointment while visiting the clinic.

For your convenience

We are making it easy for you to prepare for this year’s flu season by offering flu shots from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday through Friday. Appointments are preferred; call 509-637-2810. When you arrive, please call the clinic from your vehicle. Clinic staff will gather information over the phone and give you further instructions. Let the staff know if you prefer to receive the flu shot in the convenience of your vehicle, we are happy to accommodate. Please wear a mask and clothing that enables easy access to the top of your arm (or leg for young children).

Why Get a Flu Shot?

To stay ahead of changing viruses

Because influenza viruses are always changing, the flu vaccine is reviewed annually and updated – as needed – to keep us healthy.

Help protect friends and family

By getting your flu shot, you avoid exposing those around you, especially those who are unable to get the flu shot themselves.